A Paranormal Menagerie by M. L. Steger

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Imagine yourself slowly turning into a devil, or being trapped in a tavern while something is trying to get in, and it doesn't sound good. How about dealing with demons at your place of work, and not even getting a raise? What do you do with a poltergeist that won't manifest when you are in the room with it, or a police sheriff who raises the dead? Read the "A Paranormal Menagerie" and find the answers to these and other important questions:
Do German ghosts speak in German?
Is necromancy a new police tactic in dealing with rampant crime?
What does the Devil wear to business meetings?
Do Elvis slippers even exist?

A Paranormal Menagerie is an short story collection of paranormal tales (with one novella) that are only tied by their genre. The stories range from ghost lights to vampires, from necromancy to demoniac possession, from poltergeist activity to cursed objects.

*A Bad Night in a German Tavern: When travelling to unfamiliar places, be careful where you wander off to, and where you may end up.

Ghost Lights: Have you ever wondered what makes up ghost lights? Here's one idea.

Sheriff's Got a Way About Her: Sheriff McMurry has a secret to keep her town free of criminals. But Officer James isn't sure he wants to know her secret.

Devil's in the Details: Micky's business isn't doing so well, and dealing with the devil doesn't help.
Mirror Image: A humorous vampire story.

Horns: Careful which costume you pick out for Halloween.

*Charlie's Problem: Charlie has a poltergeist problem but it disappears when Mags is around. What is Charlie's problem?

Demoniac and the Single Girl: Doris Day never had these kind of problems. Dealing with an old crush while discovering a new one, dealing with town wackos, and dealing with the demons coming out of the local sewers. What's a girl to do?

* Stories available for reading on my web page heymolo.tripod.com/mlsex

About M. L. Steger

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Steger graduated from San Jose State University with a degree in English. (Female)
Published March 31, 2011 189 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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